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    No words to describe it...

    I am not a cry baby, but this book made me cry. It is absolutely beautiful. London and Dante's love.... too much. Specially for me the way Dante openly declares his feelings and his love to London, I felt like if he was talking to me. Definitively, loved this two, books but specially this second one.
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    a little let down

    After inhaling the first volume I right away stared with this one, which starts at the trainwreck Dante made out of Londons lifeplans. What I found annoying that London results to tactics of a 16 year old to get back influence in her company. Altogether I have to say: She has not earned her place there! So she goes to her grandfathers company being a 49% shareholder, but does not manage to get information on a business event before she goes there? Twice? She doesn't do research and just hoppes along when Dante tells her to go? Nono.... that is not the way you earn and hold a CEO job at any company. With those skill you are eternally stuck as the girl, who makes the coffee! London started really well in the first volume: studying hard and really working to get the skill she needs to run a company and then this book sees her descending to the level of school pranks? So this is exactly what I hate about a lot of romance books, when the main characters reduce themselves to hormone infused imbeciles like teenager in the middle of puberty. So just be warned! I guess a lot of readers enjoy this, just for me it was really a let down. In the end you get two very unexpected changes in the story which really surprised me (and I won't spoil if for you). Just another thing: It seemed to me in this volume even more than in the first that the proofreading was partially sloppy. Not so much, that it really annoyed me, but it seemed the proofreeded had consumed some of the alcohol mentioned in the story ( which is a lot!)
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